When do you charge your iPod touch?

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  1. wtfiwantgames

    wtfiwantgames Member

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    when do you charge it? When the battery is complete dead, a few percent left, or just whenever you want? For me, I usually charge it when it is completely dead
  2. Pandawg

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    Everyday after school and before I go to sleep.
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    eric_vil0ria New Member

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    mitchell209 Active Member

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    Usually before I sleep, unless my battery is above 60% when I lock it.
  5. Smelven

    Smelven New Member

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    I usually start charging when it says it has about 5-3% power left.
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    Before bed. Every night...dont know if thats a good thing.
  7. LssThanThree

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    Ususally overnight and have it to shut down in 3 hours///
  8. AppleCrazy

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    Do u guys knwo if its bad to let ot charge all the time?
  9. LssThanThree

    LssThanThree Active Member

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    I think it will over charge your battery, but i don't know if the iPod touch has something built in that stops it from doing that..
    i don't think it does
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    no it won't overcharge your battery. its a lithium-ion battery and has a protective mechanism against this.

    check out the battery thread here it gives tips on charging and how to save battery power.

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